Resources for survivors seeking counseling

Quinn Gee MS, Magnolia Mental Health. 1629 K Street NWSuite 300, Washington D.C. 20006. +1 (901) 201-5357  https://www.magnoliamhealth.com/. 

Quinn has experience dealing with LGBTQ+ issues and trauma and offers individual, group, family and couples psychotherapy, in person or over videocall. Quinn has a sliding scale for payment and at this point in time is not accepting insurance.

"My areas of professional focus include women's issues (such as relationships and codependency), intersectionality, healthy sexuality, gender identity, sexual orientation and race based trauma. I have devoted thousands of hours to working with marginalized persons, including private practice, mental health hospitals, and outpatient therapy services, since beginning my professional career in 2014. My goal is to bring awareness of stigmatized issues to marginalized communities.

I have worked with groups, individuals, and families with a range of issues, including psychosis, personality disorders, process and chemical addictions, depression, and trauma."

**Quinn provides free and competent therapy for Trans and Muslim persons.**

Suvivors.of.rape is an organization based in the U.K. which partnered with us in April 2017 to help survivors access support services. They offer FREE ONLINE COUNSELING for people who have been sexually assaulted. For more information you can email them at: survivors.of.rape@outlook.com. If you are interested in receiving free online counseling, please complete the following form and send it via email to survivors.of.rape@outlook.com.

Mary's Center Behavioral Health ServicesMary’s Center Behavioral Health (MCBH) aims to provide high quality behavioral health services to improve functioning, personal goal attainment and life satisfaction to clients both within Mary’s Center and DC community-at-large. We seek to reduce stigma of behavioral health concerns with providers ready to listen, normalize our clients’ concerns, and share knowledge and strategies to reduce suffering. MCBH clients access behavioral health services by calling our main number, through DC’s Access Help-Line, or through referral from Mary’s Center Primary Care Providers and Program staff. Mary's Center staff has experience working with LGBTQ+ people 

Our four Core Services include:

  • Diagnostic Assessments & Treatment Planning
  • Individual and Family Therapy
  • Medication evaluation and management by Board-Certified Psychiatrists
  • Community Support/Case Management

Mary’s Center Behavioral Health includes the following programs:

  • Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic: Our Outpatient Behavioral Health Services is a Core Service Agency for the Department of Behavioral Health, serving DC residents seeking behavioral health services, as well as Mary’s Center existing medical patients seeking additional support with behavioral health conditions.

  • School-Based Mental Health Services: MCBH is partnered with 12 schools in DC’s Ward 1 and 4 where therapists conduct diagnostic and assessment services, individual, group, and family therapy, and referrals to psychiatry and other community services. Our SBMH Therapists also support teachers, parents and school culture where possible.
  • Integrated Behavioral Health: Our Maryland clinics provide behavioral health services through a Primary Care Behavioral Health model to participants who are currently accessing primary care at our Maryland locations. Behavioral health services are provided under an Integrated Care model in which behavioral health providers work together with medical providers to help address patients' mental/behavioral health needs within the primary care setting.

  • Substance Abuse Treatment: We offer Medication-Assisted Treatment for heroin-opioid abuse, to help you or your loved one find freedom. Find out more about our treatment program.

    Maternal Mental Health Program: Our Maternal Mental Health Program provides support and education groups for pregnant and new moms and can help with issues like post-partum depression. We also have bilingual therapists to provide individual psychotherapy in Spanish and English, as well as psychiatrists to offer medication consultation and management. Click here to read more.

Evidence-Based Practices include:

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy 
  • Parent Child Interactive Therapy – for children ages 2-6 with behavioral issues, and their caregivers
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Solution Focused Counseling

Specializations include: Counseling to First-language Spanish speakers, Trauma, Peri-natal Mood Disorders, Children 2-6 years old with Behavioral Issues, Depression, Anxiety, 

Our Staff

Our Mental Health staff members are independently licensed behavioral health professionals (LICSWs and LPCs), LGSWs and LGPCs, Board Certified Psychiatrists, and clinical case managers. Our Providers speak English and Spanish and provide services to individuals and families from six and above who are residents of the District of Columbia. Click here to meet our experienced behavioral health providers.

Fees and Billing Information: The Behavioral Health Department at Mary's Center accepts the following health insurances:

  • Medicaid (Trusted, Medstar, AmeriHealth, Health Services for Children with Special Needs)
  • Straight Medicaid
  • DC Healthcare Alliance
  • Medicare
  • Private insurance if already a Mary’s Center Medical patient

All others will be assessed a sliding scale fee at the time of service. Please contact us to learn if we accept your insurance at (202) 420-7122.

Contact Information/Locations and Hours: All incoming Behavioral Health Department calls are answered by support staff during business hours at (202) 420-7122.

We provide services by appointment at 6 locations on the following days:

2333 Ontario Road NW (DC): Monday-Friday: 7:30am-8:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm

3912 Georgia Avenue NW (DC): Monday-Saturday: 8:30am-5:00pm

4304 Georgia Avenue NW (DC): Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

100 Gallatin Street NE (DC): Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

8709 Flower Avenue (Silver Spring, MD): Monday-Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm

8908 Riggs Road (Adelphi, MD): Monday-Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm

Safe Shores-The DC Children’s Advocacy Center is a direct service nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and working directly with child victims of sexual and physical abuse in the District of Columbia. 429 O Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 +1 202-645-3200

E-mail: team@safeshores.org

The nearest Metro stop is Mt. Vernon Sq. 7th St-Convention Center on the Green/Yellow Line.

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